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Title: Cell Specific Gene Silencing using Cell-Specific Promoters In Vitro and In Vivo

Number: 20060052327

Filed: Sept. 7, 2005

Lead Inventor: Lin Liu, Oklahoma State University

According to the patent application's abstract, the invention comprises "Cell-specific methods for silencing genes using double-strand inhibitory RNA (iRNA), [as well] as … constructs for carrying out the methods."

Title: Compositions for the Delivery of Therapeutic Agents and Uses Thereof

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